The Jets' new boss has reached the top of his profession thanks to a relentless drive that caught the eye of greats like Saban, Martz and Manning.
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Reviewable pass interference, new Jets threads, five teams with new QBs and more. It's been a wild NFL offseason. Catch up right here.
Denver Broncos linebacker Todd Davis, who started 16 games last season and has started 45 games over the last three seasons, is expected to miss three to four weeks with a partial tear in his calf muscle.
Albert Haynesworth will no longer require inpatient hospitalization as his search for a new kidney continues.
The Cowboys' Tyrone Crawford was entered into a diversion program on Thursday to settle a charge from an incident in March at a bar in Panama City Beach, Florida.
Joe Flacco, entering his first training camp with the Broncos after serving as the Ravens' starter, said he feels "like I can do a lot more than I've shown in my 11-year career."
Kendrick Norton is being released from the hospital Thursday, two weeks after the crash that led to his left arm being amputated.
Dwyan Morgan, 64, of Lee's Summit, Missouri, was fined $500 after pleading guilty to shining a laser at Tom Brady during the AFC Championship Game.
They got coffee, cut tape, lined the field, played the "Grim Reaper," even washed cars. An NFL head coach has to start somewhere. Here are their stories.
Quinn's coaching career launched as an unpaid assistant at William & Mary, where between odd jobs he learned lessons he carries with him to this day.
After finishing their careers, several former players are trying to prove themselves again, this time as entry-level assistant coaches.
Two-time Pro Bowl running back Melvin Gordon, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal, said he has the support of teammates and other running backs in his contract dispute.
Pro Bowl linebacker Deion Jones, who led the Falcons in tackles in 2016 and '17, has reached a four-year extension worth $57 million, including $34 million guaranteed.
DeMarcus Lawrence called for a boycott. Others were just as upset, and some reactions were tongue-in-cheek. It happens every July when 'Madden' player ratings are revealed.
Meetings between the NFL and the NFLPA, originally scheduled to run through Friday, have ended after one day because information was presented that needed to be discussed with other owners, a source told ESPN.
Denver president and general manager John Elway said the quarterback position is hard to fill, but "hopefully with Joe, we've got it solidified."
The uncompromising, unapologetic quarterback is a big reason the Browns are the NFL's hottest team (yeah, you read that right).
A number of wrestling stars are Ohio natives who grew up Browns fans, and they're eager to see what the new season will bring their favorite team.
North Carolina police issued a felony arrest warrant for lineman Desmond Harrison, who was released by the Cardinals, on charges of assault on a person by strangulation and assault on a female by a male.
His famous father gave up football for boxing, but it went the opposite way for Elijah Holyfield, who needs to be the real deal to make it in the NFL.
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